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Coiba Island & Granito de Oro Island

This morning we woke up in Panamanian waters after sailing all night from Costa Rica. After having a great time in Costa Rica for the past few days, we departed last night from the little port of Golfito in Golfo Dulce area, and almost magically woke up this morning in Panama, sailing along a mountainous coastline on our way to the mega island of Coiba island, our destination for today.  Coiba Island in Panama is quite an interesting place. Read More>

Dec 17, 2014 National Geographic Sea Lion in Costa Rica & Panama

Esquinas River,Saladero and Casa Orquideas, Golfo Dulce, Costa Rica

The third full day of our exploration through the wonders of Central America took place in one of Costa Rica’s most isolated areas—the southern Pacific corner, specifically in the Golfo Dulce, an incredible deep gulf surrounded by a lush tropical rainforest. The sun shining through the horizon was the best sign of a great day to come. National Geographic Sea Lion dropped anchor in this emerald color water, while the guest were getting ready to explore this magnificent gulf, river, and forest. Read More>

Dec 16, 2014 National Geographic Sea Lion in Costa Rica & Panama

Playa Caletas and Corcovado National Park

A cool breeze passed by National Geographic Sea Lion. After spending the night in the calm waters of Drake Bay in the Osa Peninsula, a lovely reddish sunrise was revealed to us. As the mist began to dissipate, the different colors of the forest began to appear.  Our desire to go out and explore was satisfied as our expedition leader announced the first activity of the day. Read More>

Dec 15, 2014 National Geographic Sea Lion in Costa Rica & Panama

Manuel Antonio National park

National Geographic Sea Lion anchored in front of Manuel Antonio National Park. Before breakfast some of our guests went to the bridge to join in some exercises with our wellness coordinator.  Manuel Antonio National Park is the smallest national park in Costa Rica, and was founded in 1972. Read More>

Dec 14, 2014 National Geographic Sea Lion in Costa Rica & Panama

Manuel Antonio National Park

Today is not only our last day in Costa Rica on board National Geographic Sea Lion; it is also the ship’s last trip in the Central American waters of the Pacific Ocean for quite a while. Read More>

Mar 21, 2014 National Geographic Sea Lion in Costa Rica & Panama

Agujitas River, Caletas Reserve & Corcovado National Park, Osa Peninsula

Located in the southern Pacific side of Costa Rica, Osa Peninsula posseses an invaluable tract of tropical wet forest that protects almost 2% of the world’s biodiversity. Read More>

Mar 20, 2014 National Geographic Sea Lion in Costa Rica & Panama

Golfo Dulce, Casa Orquideas and Esquinas River

A new day brings new adventures and today also we entered a new country. Read More>

Mar 19, 2014 National Geographic Sea Lion in Costa Rica & Panama

Granito de Oro Islet and Coiba Island National Park

Our last day in Panama began with a spectacular sunrise. Read More>

Mar 18, 2014 National Geographic Sea Lion in Costa Rica & Panama

Bona and Iguana Islands

It was the second day of our Costa Rica–Panama expedition and no one had any idea of the amazing day ahead of us. Read More>

Mar 17, 2014 National Geographic Sea Lion in Costa Rica & Panama

Barro Colorado Island and the Panama Canal VIDEO

The morning began with a cool breeze, salmon-colored clouds streaking across an otherwise lavender sky, reflecting across Gatun Lake. Read More>

Mar 16, 2014 National Geographic Sea Lion in Costa Rica & Panama

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